Tincup American Whiskey has launched two new sizes: Tincup 375-ml. Nugget and the Tincup 1.75-L Motherlode.
Tincup was created by Jess Graber, founder of Stranathan’s Colorado Whiskey, and is made with Rocky Mountains water. It’s a blend of malt, corn and rye whiskies, aged in charred American white oak. The result is flavors of spice and pepper, balanced with sweeter notes from the corn, the company says.
The signature Tincup metal cap is included atop both bottles, inspired by the tin cups originally used by miners in the old Rocky Mountain mining town of Tincup, Colorado. These bottles are nicknamed as a nod towards this same heritage.
Tincup 375-ml. and 1.75-L are bottled at 42% ABV/84 proof and are available nationwide for an SRP of $16.99 and $49.99 respectively.The post Tincup Whiskey Introduces New Sizes first appeared on Beverage Dynamics.